Wandering Route 6

Pass through any restaurant or transportation center in, or near the state of Pennsylvania and you’ll find  brochures for every type of tourist attraction imaginable: adventure parks, amusement parks, historical landmarks to wacky and wonderful private collections of stuff… American’s do that best I think. One brochure in particular is unique… as it’s for a road instead of a singular place, a route, Route 6 in … Continue reading Wandering Route 6

Traveling Massive

If you didn’t know where to go next, or were looking for specials on the place you know you want to see, the Travel and Adventure Show is in LA this weekend and it’s a must see. https://travelshows.com You had me at “travel” but when combined with the word “adventure”, I couldn’t say no. However, adventure in this market is very different from that on two … Continue reading Traveling Massive

Tic-Toc Maroc: Scraping Around Spain

Ronda Loop to Malaga Finish | October 31 | 163 Miles | Today began with more choices, options to make a loop ride though the country back again to Ronda over famous Andalusian roadways or to stay in town and poke around until the rest of the group returns. It’s only about 90 miles between Ronda and Malaga but we turn into an all day affair, even … Continue reading Tic-Toc Maroc: Scraping Around Spain

Tic-Toc Maroc: Shipless in Cueta

Chefchaouen to Ronda Spain | October 30 | 198 Miles | Thanks for a little dinner conversation, or perhaps NO thanks to it, we realize there will be a time change (somewhere: border or ferry?) to deal with tomorrow, and that we should leave really early in order to make the mid-day ferry. But we already have morning ferry tickets but won’t be able to make it … Continue reading Tic-Toc Maroc: Shipless in Cueta

Tic-Toc Maroc: A Muslim Roman Holiday

Meknes to Chefchaouen | October 29 | 110 Miles | With only one more night in Morocco ahead of us, nostalgia is already setting in, thankfully we returned tonight to a familiar place… but in a different riad. This one farther up the hillside from the parking lot and much more modern. The welcome drink, a limocelli digestive type thing was perfect after another day in the … Continue reading Tic-Toc Maroc: A Muslim Roman Holiday

Tic-Toc Maroc: Choking The American Dream

Marrakesh to Bin El Ouidane | October 27 | 327 Miles | Today had to be the worse day of them all… I mean, awesome because I’m still on tour in a foreign country and doing just fine, but sometimes when you want something so much, hurdles grow up between you and the goal. And that was surely the journey today. Surprisingly, for what is the first … Continue reading Tic-Toc Maroc: Choking The American Dream